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Mediclinic is prepared for Day Zero

All our facilities in the Western Cape have failsafe water contingency measures in place for Day Zero.

Innovation

Mediclinic Pietermaritzburg Surgeons Perform Unique Excision of a Nasal Tumour

For two years, Peter Edmonds, a 62-year-old owner of a farm maintenance business outside of Pietermaritzburg, suffered from a blocked nose. He endured constant headaches and often felt listless after not getting enough sleep at night.

Business

How to Plan for Infection Control

Patient Safety has always been a priority for Mediclinic and complying with Infection Prevention and control (IPC) principles was always a key consideration when new buildings have been designed.

Patients

Metabolic Surgery can Reverse Type 2 Diabetes

Because of the noticeable medical benefits bariatric surgery offers to patients with Type 2 diabetes, surgeons are starting to refer to the procedure as metabolic surgery (surgery to help resolve metabolic disorders) rather than bariatric surgery (surgery to help resolve obesity).

Patients

Mediclinic Adheres to World-Class Antibiotic Prescription Practices  

Andriette van Jaarsveld, Clinical Pharmacy Specialist for Mediclinic Southern Africa, explains the dangers associated with inappropriate antibiotic prescriptions – and what Mediclinic is doing to decrease the development of microbial resistance.

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Mediclinic Vergelegen undergoes a radical transformation

A large-scale refurbishment at the Somerset West hospital translates into a better experience for patients and staff.

Business

Introducing Patient Safety Managers

Ensuring our patients’ safety is of such importance to Mediclinic Southern Africa, we’ve introduced Patient Safety Managers at our hospitals.

Innovation

Guidelines to improve care for adults with ADHD

In a first for South Africa, new guidelines written by Cape Town-based psychiatrist Dr Renata Schoeman, with help from Mediclinic Sandton psychiatrist Dr Rykie Liebenberg, outline better care for adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

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Another first for da Vinci and Mediclinic Durbanville

Durbanville – On Friday 16 June 2017 Mediclinic Durbanville became the first hospital in South Africa to perform a pelvic floor prolapse repair with the use of the da Vinci

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Ensuring patient safety with QI

Mediclinic Southern Africa is on a long-term journey to build quality improvement knowledge and capability in managerial and front-line clinical staff to ensure patient safety.

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